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Adam Tauno Williams escreveu:
>> I run a samba 3.0.26a-1ubuntu2.3 on an Ubuntu 7.10 server with OpenLDAP
>> both for samba and for posix accounts. Everything runs fine, except for
>> one problem. I have a ou=People-inactive branch on my ldap server on
>> wich I store (guess what?) inactive people. I don't want my system to
>> recognize those entries as valid users, so I set my /etc/ldap.conf as
>> follows:
>> nss_base_passwd ou=People,dc=a1,dc=ind?one
>> The problem arose when I tried to add a new machine to the domain. The
>> smbldap-useradd script is able to add the machine entry on ldap, but the
>> whole process fails with "User not found" (translated from the
>> Portuguese message) on the adding workstation. After googling for about
>> 3 hours without success, I found that if I just comment out the
>> nss_base_* entries, everything works as expected and am able to join a
>> machine to the domain.

> Does your script create the machine account object in ou=People? You've
> verified the object is created at all and you can successfully "id
> {machine}$"?

No, it gets created in ou=Host. Isn't it supposed to be this way?

Marcio Merlone

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